On this West Virginia Morning, as an alternative to the indoor shopping extravaganza known as Black Friday, a movement called “hashtag opt outside” urges people to get closer to parks, trails, community areas and the joy of being outdoors on that particular day. Randy Yohe took full advantage of the Friday alternative, going on a Blackwater Falls State Park birding hike.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
West Virginia indie rock band Hello June has released their second album called Artifacts.
It’s a delightfully eclectic collection of straight-ahead rockers mixed with slower, balladesque songs as well. This engaging release is filled with thoughtful lyrics, heartfelt hooks, full out rocking and the right balance of instrumentation.
In short, it’s as good as any release I’ve heard in the genre.
Sarah Rudy, the group’s songwriter and vocalist, spoke freely and honestly about the album’s themes of love, loss and the ups and downs of living.
“The people, places and personal stories are a part of me,” Rudy said, “and they are the artifacts of my life.”
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